The short answer is that a criminal defense attorney may be able to challenge the swearch warrant and argue for a suppression of the evidence that was seized as a result of the warrant (meaning that the prosecutor may not have much of a case against you). This is a very fact specific analysis and you need to discuss it with a local criminal defense attorney if you are going to get anywhere with it.Ask a similar question
It depends. First, the copy of the warrant you were given may not have been signed but the original was. It may have been a telephonic search warrant. All search warrants and the "return" on that warrant are supposed to be filed with the Clerk of Courts. Check there.
You need a local attorney to look into this for you. If you can't afford one, your should be talking with the Public Defender's office.
This is not legal advice, which requires a personal connection and far more facts.Ask a similar question